The French London-based artist aims to “evoke and reconfigure” the thresholds between notions of the interior and exterior, as well as dreaming and wakefulness through the the use of temporal forms of art production, including projection, light, surface, text and audio. Castel carries on his interest in making concepts like the idea, space, image or thought visible through a fascination with the ways that other species perceive time, relative to their life spans and sleep cycles.
The immersive installation, combining sculptural elements with atmospheric interventions, diverges from the artist’s ongoing research into the lack of street-facing facades in the urban architecture of Los Angeles, making the public into “a network of negative spaces filling the voids between private or intimate spaces.”
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